Today’s post comes from my friend, Melody Bitkoff, who told me she had posted this on Facebook where many readers expressed having felt deep healing by reading her own vulnerable process. 12 more words
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Throughout history, there are easily identified periods of revolution, upheaval, and revolt which are undoubtedly linked to an explosion in artistic expression. Eventually, this develops into an organized, coherent movement of some sort. 2,025 more words
Comparison to Surrealism
Surrealism was clearly a study of objects. By reconstructing – through word, thought, and paintbrush – those overused, commonplace items that surround us in our conscious state, the surrealists attempted to change notions of reality by pointing out the hidden meanings of objects. 1,562 more words
These words—subconscious, conscious and super-conscious—need definition; they are spoken about so glibly and mean different things according to different schools of thought.
The term ‘subconscious’ is used to signify the entire instinctual life of the personality nature, all the inherited tendencies and innate predispositions, all the acquired and accumulated characteristics (acquired in past incarnations and frequently lying dormant unless suddenly evoked by stress of circumstance) and all the unformulated wishes and urges which drive a man into activity, plus the suppressed and unrecognised desires, and the unexpressed ideas which are present, though unrealised. 299 more words